Work At Height Course for Supervisors (WAH-S) English/Mandarin

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Work At Height Course for Supervisors (WAH-S)

Work At Height Course for Supervisors (WAH-S)

 

Legal Requirement

Any person who supervises working at height in any industry for example working in construction, shipyard, Oil &
Petrochemical are required to attend WAH Course for Supervisor.

For Whom

Supervisory roles that need to implement Fall Protection Plan

Assumed Skills, Knowledge & Entry Requirement

  • Language Proficiency: We recommend WPLN Level 5 and above, or equivalent
  • Weight should not exceed 100kg to participate in practical training activities

The following health contra-indications should not be present, so that delegate can participate in practical training activities:

  • Heart diseases/chest pain – High blood pressure
  • Epilepsy, fits/blackouts – Fear of heights/vertigo
  • Giddiness/difficulty with balance – Impaired limb function
  • Alcohol or drug dependence – Psychiatric illness/counselling
  • Diabetes
  • High blood pressure
  • Fear of heights/vertigo
  • Impaired limb function
  • Psychiatric illness/counselling

Course Overview

  • At the end of the course, the participants shall be able to:
  • Identify the various Workplace Safety & Health (WSH) legislations / codes of practice / approved codes of practice / Singapore standards applicable to WAH
  • Conduct risk assessment on safety & health hazards and implement preventive measures related to working at height
  • Identify, use and care for the various fall arrest systems and equipment
  • Develop and implement a Fall Protection Plan

Course Content

  • Identify the WSH legislations and references related to WAH
  • Conduct risk assessment on safety & health hazards & implement preventive measures related to WAH
  • Identify, use & care for fall prevention systems & equipment
  • Develop and implement fall protection plan
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